LYCEUM THEATER = LEGAL THEATRE

Is it really all that much to ask the courts to follow the law and the DA/US Attorney to prosecute violators of laws?

LAST REVISION -- July 26, 2017
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OVERVIEW

The Brooklyn Lyceum started out as the brainchild of the Boro of Brooklyn and architect Raymond Francis Almirall.

The Lyceum/Public Bath opened on January 1, 1910 sporting a large indoor pool and showers for hundreds of locals without hot plumbing (they were cold water flats).

More to come ...




          Science Feeds we appreciate          

EurekaAlert.org

Scientists map monogamy, jealousy in the monkey mind
NRL clarifies valley polarization for electronic and optoelectronic technologies
Terahertz spectroscopy goes nano
Fundamental research enhances understanding of major cancer gene
Optical communications innovators to deliver keynote presentations at OFC 2018

Phys.org

Discovery lights path for Alzheimer's research
Gene editing in the brain gets a major upgrade
Last unknown structure of HIV-1 solved, another step in efforts to disarm the AIDS virus
Gut bacteria from wild mice boost health in lab mice
Apps for surviving disasters


          Investigative Journalism Options          

ATLANTIC YARDS/PACIFIC PARK REPORT

Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park graphic: what's built/what might be coming (post-dated pinned post)
At AY CDC meeting, no timetable for new buildings; will green wall be pulled back?
The Barclays Center loading dock: truck sticks out over curb, forcing pedestrian into street
So now Site 5 (not ready) has been suggested as part of the Amazon HQ2 bid
When will 38 Sixth (B3) open? Maybe November. Will middle-income affordable units get taken?

PROPUBLICA

How Chicago Gets Its Guns
Welcome to ProPublica Illinois
ProPublica Illinois Begins Regular Publishing, Announces New Partnerships
How the CIA Staged Sham Academic Conferences to Thwart Iran’s Nuclear Program
‘Partisan’ Gerrymandering Is Still About Race


          Old(er) Guard Media  that is still breathing          

New York Times

Catalonia, ISIS, Chicago Cubs: Your Thursday Briefing
New York Today: New York Today: From North Korea to New York
California Today: California Today: Why Jerry Brown Vetoes
The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: Big Losses for ISIS
Senators Demand Online Ad Disclosures as Tech Lobby Mobilizes

Chicago Reader

The Hypocrites’ Dracula is a victim of mistaken locality
Biss, Kennedy, Pritzker support legalizing marijuana in Illinois, and other Chicago news
For MCA 50, ambient musician Lykanthea explores culture, history, and identity with her dream ensemble
On her solo debut, Heather Trost sets aside A Hawk and a Hacksaw’s Roma influence for dreamy pop
Pamela Bannos’s Vivian Maier: A Photographer’s Life and Afterlife, reviewed